mediocre[ mee-dee-oh-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF mediocre
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEDIOCRE
Verloc, whose affair the police has managed to smother so nicely, was mediocre.
As for me, I was as mediocre as the play itself, which is saying a great deal.
The picture of perfection itself is cold, negative, and mediocre.
He must be obscure, insignificant and mediocre—in thought, act, speech and sympathy.
Very good for mediocre people, I dare say; but it wouldn't suit me.
He no longer perceives the defects of his work—does not know that it is mediocre or bad.
He lifted them out of the mediocre; gave them standing and personality.
I'm only sorry that a man who might be brilliant is content to be mediocre because of his prejudices.
Assuredly, Didymus of Alexandria is no mediocre philosopher.
It was a radiation of genius, humbling every mediocre mortal it touched.